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. >> thank you. >>> and up next, what is going on with my governor? why louisiana's bobby jindal has me saying it again, #fbj. help . when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits, but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer, his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong, all day long sinus and headache relief. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. with three of your daily vegetable servings ...tax time can ofbe...well...taxing. so right now we'll give you... ...$10 off any turbo tax deluxe level software or higher! find thousands of big deals now... ...at officemax. >>> followers of the nerdland #know about another letters i have to bring out today, #fbj, and the last letters standing
up the rare minority that they find within their own party. i think of bobby jindal, who give a disastrous speech. do we make too much of this rebuttal? first of all i think that they need to find a new produceer fill an audience and do it in a completely different way. this isn't the springboard to anything, is it? >> look, we make too much of speeches any way. as you know i wrote a book about the stimulus, and bobby jindal gave that infamous speech right after the speech where everybody made fun of him because he was like the nerd from "30 rock." he made that crack about something called volcano monitoring which turned out was monitoring volcanos, and then the volcano erupted a month later. everybody made fun of him and said his career is over. but now a few years later people are still talking about him for 2016. he's still the governor of louisiana. the republicans, who everybody was laughing at at the time because it's so silly the economy is falling apart and here they are talking about how we don't need government. but actually in 2010 that turned out to be a pretty goo
's first address to congress. >> good evening, and happy mardi gras, i'm bobby jindal, tonight, we witnessed a great moment in the history of our re -- republic. our first african-american president stepped forward to deliver the state-of-the-union address. >> and the tea party express has selected the junior senator from kentucky, rand paul, who previewed his remarks. >> while they consider themselves to be republican, they casually talk about the establishment. so they want an independent voice. >> is that what you intend to do, chastise the republican establishment? >> no, but i think really there are some things that i will emphasize that maybe marco doesn't. i see it as an extra response, not necessarily as divisive. i wouldn't say necessarily marco rubio is wrong, he and i don't always agree. the thing is, this is not about he and i. this is about the tea party, which is a grass roots movement, a real movement. >> and today, a tea party revolt is still trying to recover from the tea party response delivered in 2011. >> good evening, my name is congresswoman michelle bachmann,
at a jerusalem press conference. bobby jindal and o'donnell will be in washington this weekend. maryland governor martin o'malley gets a little -- senator warn is urging people to contribute to her action committee. vice president biden warned that there is a moral price to be paid for inaction revamping the nation's gun laws, but it's interesting to hear him make that as somebody who's got 2016 in his -- >> he said, joe, look, he said you don't have to do this if you don't want, but i'd like you to lead this effort. people say and you read and people write about the political risk and why they're unacceptable to take on. i say it's unacceptable not to take these on. if you're concerned about your political survival, you should be concerned about the survival of our children. >> so there you have it. it has been interesting to hear biden and how he's talked about guns. you can tell he knows this is potentially tricky for him politically, and you've heard whispers for him in 2016 that he knows that, which is why he's been trying to straddle and calibrate how he pushes. up next, we're going to spen
this morning for a debate. the chairman of the republican governors association, louisiana's bobby jindal and democratic governor of massachusetts, deval patrick. how are the states taking on the big issues that washington is debating? from the budget to gun roll, health care and abortion. governor jindal, governor patrick, welcome back back to "meet the press." >> thank you. >> look, this is immediate impact, governor jindal, here is the front page of the newspaper from lake charles, louisiana, your home state just yesterday showing air traffic control on the funding block with this sequestration. you heard the secretary say this is real disruption because they have to cut a billion dollars. >> the president, you heard right, compared the president to lincoln. we need real leadership here. the president has to stand up to the plight. if he really thinks this will devastate the military, air traffic control, really devastate meat inspection, they rolled out great political theater, cutting 3% of the budget can cause all these consequences, here is a chance to say here is how we can do it
immigration reform. governor bobby jindal, who has been on the "you're the stupid party" has been on tour. >> and it is time for a new republican party that talks like adults. >> not to make anything of this juxtaposition on this argument, but sarah palin has lost her contract at "fox news." jim demint resigned to head up the heritage foundation. and "the new york times" reports that the biggest donor in the republican party are funding new groups, and tea party enthusiastics who worry that it could compromise the party to win control of the senate. not really a worry, happening for multiple elections. but even with that group emerging, and they are a big deal. there is a lot of money behind the group. it is a big deal that karl rove's group is turning its fire essentially on the tea party. it is very clear about what is and is not happening in the republican party. the republican party, which is again a conservative establishment is rejecting or trying to reject the tactics and rhetorical approach of the tea party in the last couple of years. they're not actually changing their minds abo
too fine a point on it. so they have to find issues they can win on. but as bobby jindal says they also have to talk about the things they believe in, not in a dumb way. and they have to find the right communicators. as you said it is really easy to be against a todd akin or a richard mourdock or a sharon engel, but they need to have more confidence in a person representing the party. >> in the late '90s and '80s, they lost the popular vote in a number of elections. it was five or six before bill clinton won in 1992. and the organization that came out of that is the democratic leader organization. that was a policy organization. it had a big messaging component. but the main work of that group was to try to wrench the democratic party to what they felt was the center on a variety of fairly significant policies, ranging from health care to welfare to how to deal with budgets and taxes. there doesn't seem to be at this point a deal on the right. there is a belief that you need to talk to the center better and reach out to more people. but there is not a belief that sort of mirro
will work during construction temporarily? the white house -- the reporter says -- we say at >> bobby jindal failed miserably as the official republican responder to the first respond to to the presidential address. marco rubio will be the next republican to do the response next week. >> the president has developed a strategy. >> that includes gun, immigration and the looming budget war. >> washington has to deal with its spending problem. >> the republican party just isn't there. >> there are things the republican party can do. >> trying to put some new paint on the brand. >> they're going for a full makeover. >> hi, i'm marco rubio. >> marco rubio will be delivering the republican response. >> makes sense. >> we have to identify our principles. >> the response to the state of the union. >> that's hard work. >> bobby jindal did it. >> good evening and happy mardi gras. >> he's still recovering. >> health care, taxes, the economy. >> that takes time to explain to people. >> the republican party just isn't there. >> washington has to deal with its spending problem. >> that may take more than
effective. we saw bobby jindal with brian williams last night in a very effective interview. but we know how ineffective his response from new orleans was when he tried it. so what about marco rubio and his especially message. >> i feel like it's that infamous "sports illustrated" jinx. they put you on the cover, it's the worst possible thing for your career. >> unless you're wearing a bathing suit. >> well -- geez -- i'm not going -- i will not address. that. >> she is trying to suck you into a kate upton conversation. >> exactly. >> i'm fully hydrated and i'm just continuing forward. >> don't reach for your water. >> president of the united states is addressing the cabinet. the supreme court. all the members of congress. the diplomatic corps. there's sort of a grandeur of the moment just visually. no matter what you do, bob mcdonald, the governor of virginia a few years ago sort of surrounded himself with people. we know the bobby jindal speech came off awkward. marco rubio, someone joked he looked like he was sit on the set of "downton abbey." yes, the grab for water, you could tell that
are always terrible. i think bobby jindal -- >> thank you. >> i don't know why rubio went for it. i think if you do that, you're putting yourself up and you really have to clear a high bar. >> i'm with you. >> will he be typified by this? he has a long career ahead of him. i think he's a very, very smart guy. i think he's got a great story. these are the types of things that leave a lasting imgretion as steve said and it's going to be how he handles it next week and if he's able to poke fun at himself. people will remember him for his sense of humor and not for his water drinking. >> we know he has a great consultant, todd harris. >> that's not fair. if he put that bottle ten feet from him, he's crazy. on a more darr dardly note, paul broun touted his name call of the president. he's bragging about being extreme. as a member of the house of representatives for the last few years, i have fought tooth and nail against president obama's agenda at every turn. i was the first member of congress to call him a socialist who embraces marx ix lennonist policies like government control of health ca
than 3% of the federal budget without cutti devastating cons -- >> governor bobby jindal speaking at the mike at the white house. i want to bring back in ali. i know you've got some -- some things you're taking issue with here. is he correct when he says that? >> no. >> that it's not going to hurt the way we think it is? >> it's a weird math republicans are using, 3% of the federal budget. that would be fine. that sounds very reasonable. except you can't touch entitlements. it's 3% of a small part of the federal budget which makes it a very big part of some major agencies. it's misleading stuff bobby jindal is saying, number one. number two when he says families understand they have to live within their budget. i don't know a lot of families who buy a house with cash. buying a house on a mortgage, is that living within your budget or not living within your budget? you would have to be 80 years old to be able to buy a house with cash. we have an understanding in our society, it may be flawed, that we borrow money based on our future earnings potential. all people do that, companies
asking them to pressure congress to do something. but louisiana governor bobby jindal is among top republicans accusing the president of trying to scare americans. he said instead it's time for mr. obama to show leadership. >> congress should not allow these arbitrary, sequester cuts to go through and hurt our economy, slow our recovery. there's got to be a better way. >> now is the time to cut spending. it can be done without jeopardizing the economy and critical services. >> south carolina governor nikki haley took aim at democrats and republicans saying "no one should be playing golf, no one should be taking vacations until the issue is resolved." i think probably the whole country agrees with that. let's get something done here. because again, we've seen this. we had the fiscal cliff thing at the end of the year. another issue come may with the debt ceiling. and the republicans are saying mr. president, all you're doing is scaring people. it's not going to be as bad as it seems. so is this going that is going to happen and be that deeply impactful or is it more political showma
states that are working in that direction. bobby jindal is trying to put louisiana there. the now republican governor of north carolina trying to bring down rates or perhaps eliminate them altogether. >> because they can attract business because you've got people in texas, louisiana and other states knows you can attract business and even chris christie in new jersey, he's trying to steal business out of illinois. same thing, he can give them better deals, better tax rates and a better quality of life for the residents there. more people have jobs in that state, the more revenue they pay to the state the better off the state is, they get it. >> if you want to work. if you want to sue people, you go to chicago and california. cheryl, thanks very much. coming up next, one of our voices from chicago weighs in on that city's cops, suing for overtime pay for blackberry use and a little later, bruce willis whose latest action movie is about to hit the theater coming out against gun control. . >> new york. >> are you a cop? >> you don't look like a lawyer. ♪ [ cows moo ] [ sizzling ]
, finally taking a drink of water. you feel for this spot. remember the louisiana governor bobby jindal had tough time delivering the spon response, rubio pushed back on the president's theory of government and talked about his story, a family of immigrants and this is the first time such a high profile speech will be given in two languages by the same person, as i mentioned at the top and it shows a sign of how crucial senator rubio has become in the g.o.p. efforts to draw more hispanic support and possibly rebrand the party. he talked about the efforts to change entitlement reform and tax reform and really get the country moving again. we'll bring back our panel, juan williams, columnist for the hill, nina eastton, syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. >> when reagan was inaugurated he said within ten minutes government isn't the solution, it's the problem. and that was the theme of the rubio speech and set sort of ideological contrast. obama is a man of government, he represents the party of government of the every issue he raised in his speech had a government solution, a program, a
patrick and bobby jindal of louisiana weigh in on the local governors in washington. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm mara schiavocampo. thanks for watching "early today." just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. >>> happening now in south africa, the arguments have come to a close in the oscar pistorius bail hearing. we'll have that decision coming up. >> loved a lot by a lot of people. >> and the father of an oakland rapper killed on the las vegas strip opens up about his son's violent death. >>> plus right now students holding a sit in in san francisco city college. what they are hoping to accomplish. we'll have that coming up next. >> a live look on this friday morning. look at the bay bridge all  illuminated. the debut of those lights. just for you. this is "today in the bay." >>> it's just about 4:31 on the nose. what day is it again? >> friday. >> it is friday. say it loud. it feels good to say it again. hi, everybody. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. we do love being tog
bowl xlvii, louisiana governor bobby jindal and new jersey governor chris christie met to pass the torch from the big easy to the garden state. he gave christy mardi gras masks and a themed football. next game will be played at met life stadium and first open air bowl to be played in a cold weather climate. it will be interesting to see which teams make it. >> i think it was 27 degrees super bowl time in new york. it will be interesting, you're right. >> get all bundled up. >> i wouldn't want to sit in the audience. watch it on tv. let's check our forecast as we approach 4:41. tom kierein. >> there's a mostly clear sky over the monument with a live picture there. reagan national at 28. in the low to mid-20s in montgomery county, prince george's county. mid and upper 20s. that's the story in fairfax and arlington. off to a cold start this morning. in the wake of the flurries from yesterday, a partly cloudy morning. here's your hour-by-hour forecast. temperatures by noontime should be in the mid-30s. ought to hit the upper 30s between 2:00, 3:00, 4:00. as early as 8:00 p.m., all
the president was using scare tactics. some governors bake to differ, light louisiana governor bobby jindal. >> raising taxes is not the answer. >> one thing they do agree on, getting congress to stop the arbitrary cuts. >> they need to get out of that box and understand this has real implications in people's lives. >> the house and senate return to work but are not any closer to a solution. >> it is time for them to act. i have made this clear for months now, yet we have seen nothing. >> tuesday the president heads to virginia to talk more about the impact of the spending cuts, but congressional republicans say he should stop rallies and stay here and get a deal. >> you have no doubt heard that sequestration could have a serious impact on maryland. the state board of revenue estimates that maryland could lose more than 12,000 jobs and $2.50 billion in wages. team coverage continues with lowell melser or outside city police headquarters with more. >> we are hearing from a police headquarters to set an example. according to the white house, it those automatic spending cuts do pekin, law enfo
governor bobby jindal called the administration's warnings at or about impact of the cuts political theater. in thement to senate democrats hope to vote on a set of cuts that will replace the cuts for the next year. >> police are investigating a homicide-suicide on flower avenue. the police identified the victims this afternoon david and stephen hickman of the district. police say the two men worked together at a special education school in d.c. >> and pamela, traffic was rerouted because of a small fire that broke out at the ford house office building. no word yet on what caused that fire and no one was injured. several streets around the office bidding were shut down for several hours while firefighters bat it would flames. >> a d.c. scools school is on the list to be shut down and as you can imagine not everyone is happy about this idea. richard reid went in to show the challenges kids will face. >> today we're going to watch the consequences of the closure. >> one of 15 d.c. schools scheduled for closure this fall. >> you know u going to miss it and w
'm (bleep) bobby jindal bitches. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] wait, hold on. i don't think i did that right, what are you talking about? >> we've got to stop being the stupid party. [ laughter ] >> jon: so actually change the way you are just the description of the way you are. instead of coming up with messaging to convince people that you don't believe women's have beginas have built in defense systems that repel illinois-gotten sperm what could you try is not believing that women's vaginas have that capability. [ laughter ] makes me want to stroke my chin piewbs. [ laughter ] a fundamental rethinking of the more extreme and interkuwaited thinking that form the backbone of republican party platsform. all right. you could do. that anybody with a different idea? >> republican proposals in key states to change the way we elect the president are approved, this week's inaugural. >> repeat after me. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> would have looked like this: [laughter] >> jon: i understand the electric electoral math is slightly different but why does he still get michelle obama
. who will it be? jeb bush, half of chris christie, or do we track down that zoltar machine so bobby jindal can make a wish to grow big? [laughter] of course, experience tells us that the best place to find a winning candidate is the state senate. just two years before barack obama announced his presidential run, he was a lowly state senator. making state legislatures are the farm teams of american politics, which brings me to another installment of our sometimes-running series: "mr. smith goes to the state legislature, then later, possibly washington." [laughter] first up, tonight tennessee state senator and lost weasley brother, stacey campfield. [laughter] i first noticed campfield when he demonstrated his knowledge of immunology by declaring that aids was caused by one guy screwing a monkey, if i recall correctly, and then having sex with men. it was an airline pilot if i recall. [laughter] [cheers and applause] yes, and if i recall, it was shortly after that that airlines stopped serving free cocktails to monkeys in first class. pilots couldn't resist. [laughter] i've long-admir
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